Pamoja Gender & Youth Initiative is mainly involved in the following programs.
PAGEYI proposes peace builders, through their broader agenda of conflict prevention, to also focus on countering extremist violence. Violent extremism is a driver of conflict, and violent extremists are often spoilers in peace building efforts. Coming from a background of long versed in the challenges of conflict prevention, having worked in erstwhile violent communities, PAGEYI carries the related methods and practices that can help develop a more expansive understanding of violent extremism and its causes and a more localized, inclusive, and sustainable approach to prevent and counter it.
The programme targets youth-led and women-led interventions through training and partnership for an improved understanding of the interactions among policies and WASH (These include Agenda 21, SDGs number 6: ensuring access to water and sanitation for all and Vision 2030).
This programme seeks to respond to youth and innovation situation based on the national regulatory
framework on youth and employmen
Linking good governance to sustainable human development, emphasizing principles such as accountability, transparency, participation and the enjoyment of human rights, PAGEYI promotes youth participation, engagement and empowerment opportunities, advice & guidance, training & education.